Review standard grant records management principles and see where NGMA member own agencies and jurisdictions Records Retention Schedules currently stand under Ohio public records laws. Members are encouraged to bring a copy of their employer’s records retention schedules for reference, or a laptop to access it online. Free Wi-Fi is available.
While chapter meetings are a member-only benefit, non-members are able to experience one complimentary meeting. If you know someone who has not attended an NGMA chapter meeting and would benefit from the topics we discuss, feel free to invite that colleague to this meeting.
Records Management Program Ready for Audit and Litigation Preservation?
Webcast Presentation by B. John Masters, Alyx Technologies, Inc.
As with any other business transaction, grants create business records of various types which must be properly maintained for the legally required time. This means having a proper records disposition schedule, and demonstrating compliance with good RM practices. In the case of situations involving even potential litigation there is a duty to preserve. Organizations need a litigation hold process in place, and be able to demonstrate that you consistently follow all policies and procedures.
The components of a defensible records management program.
How to apply a records management program in real life, and how technology can be used to support best practices.
How to react to potential litigation and discovery orders from a records management perspective.
Cuyahoga County Public Library-Parma-Snow Road Branch
Conference Room B
2121 Snow Road
Parma, OH 44134
Room B is located on the left when entering through the main door.
Parking: Parking is Free.
Directions: Use the Rockside Road exit off I-77 and go West. Rockside Rd. turns into Snow Road at Broadview. The library is on the south side of Snow just past the Giant Eagle at the traffic light. The red LED library sign marks the entrance.